Tably Is An App That Uses AI And A Smartphone Camera To Predict Your Cat’s Mood

Here’s an interesting app specially designed for cat mothers and fathers and veterinarians. Meet Tablely, a machine learning-enabled mobile application that claims to be capable of your feline Your pet’s mood via your smartphone’s camera.

According to the developer of the Sylvester.AI (reference?) App, Table’s AI is based on a rating tool known as Cat-like grimace scale used by scientists to identify pain in animals based on facial expressions. It allows scientists to evaluate a cat’s facial expression in real time or based on photos based on the presence or highlighting of various factors such as mustache changes, ear positions, and more.

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The developer explained that all users need to do is take a picture of their cats and then let the app analyze it to determine the cat’s mood. It added that Tablely’s accuracy in predicting a cat’s mood is 97%, provided the photos were taken in high quality and in a well-lit environment.

When scanning, the app takes five facial features into account: ear position, orbital tightening, muzzle tension, whisker position and head position – all of this is processed in seconds. In addition to determining if your cat is showing any signs of distress, Sylvester.AI claims the app could also let you know if your feline friend is feeling fine.

The developer emphasized that Tablely is the “perfect tool” for both owners and veterinarians, especially for monitoring problems with your cat’s health before they become a major problem. “Cats are adept at hiding their pain, which leads many cat owners to misinterpret their cats’ feelings,” explained Sylvester.AI. “Our AI helps to eliminate this error.”

The app is currently in open beta and you can choose to take the tests by registering on the official Sylvester.AI website (link below). Tablely will be available for both iOS and Android devices, although it is not known when the mobile app will officially be launched for public use. It is also noteworthy that the developer plans to roll out the technology for other animals in the near future.

(Source: Sylvester.AI [Official website] about ScreenRant / Reuters)